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I searched before posting this, I didn't find any other thread for "Deadsy".

So, yeah. My post here is more because I had a question, so.... "Commencement" - does there exist a physical CD that has the uncensored version of "The Key To Gramercy Park"?

Either the middle of, or late last year, I decided to buy an "Advance CD" copy off ebay, and lo and behold, it has the censored version (I don't know why, I figured at the time it would probably have the uncensored version). As far as I can tell, there's no way of differentiating uncensored and censored CD's of "Commencement" (if even both do exist), because there's no kind of label or marking otherwise, just album artwork variants....

I found an MP3 download for the album, with the uncensored track (so I'm fine really, but for collecting sake, I'd still like to own a CD with the uncensored track), and it includes a 15th (hidden?) track called "Itty Bitty Titty Girl".... this was also labeled as "advance cd". Would I be searching for "a needle in a haystack" in buying different copies of the CD (and what I mean is, going for one copy of each of the different album artwork variants), or does a CD even exist with the uncensored version?

For those that don't know what I'm talking about (and may or may not be too lazy to look it up), the line in the song, that is sung twice, "maybe there we can fuck by the heavenly stars". I believe Jonathan Davis of Korn said "fuck" in the recording.... either way, any time I heard the song before middle of last year, I always knew it to have a "sung" censor sound over the word "fuck" (seriously, I don't know how to describe it, sounds like the singer either gasping or making some kind of sound as if he's getting blown, sorry to be that crude, don't know of any other way to describe the sound), and I always thought that was just how the song normally sounded.

I looked the album up on iTunes last year, and noticed the "clean" tag for the song. So, yeah.

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